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Official UEFA Champions League Ball

The adidas Finale 13 is the official match ball of the UEFA Champions League.

Crafted for the game's elite, as you can see the Finale 13 features the now iconic Champions League star-shaped panels and the official UEFA Champions League logo throughout.

A premium ball, the panels on the Final 13 are thermally-bond to prevent water absorption and straight flight, you'll also notice a textured pattern on the cover which improves trajectory and speed.

The Finale 13 delivers a performance worthy of the finest in Europe.

adidas Finale 13 Official Match Ball COVER: Seamless PU with revolutionary star panel shape for perfect aerodynamics.

adidas Finale 13 Official Match Ball BLADDER: Latex. FIFA approved.

Note: All of our balls are shipped deflated. This helps in keeping our shipping costs low, savings that we can pass on to you.


CUBIERTA: PU sin costuras con revolucionario diseño de paneles en forma de estrella para hacerlo perfectamente aerodinámico. VEJIGA: Látex. Aprobado por FIFA.

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